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SubjectRe: what's next for the linux kernel?
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On Wed, Oct 05, 2005 at 12:49:12PM -0700, Marc Perkel wrote:
> The big boys are still running Netware because Linux doesn't do the
> things they need netware to do. And Netware isn't going away until Linux
> has the power to replace it. Linux permissions acient and awkward.
> Netware is wonderful. Linux is crippled. Linux needs to modernize.

Netware is a fileserver for windows/dos/os2, linux is an operating
system for running applications. Being able to serve files to other
systems is just one potential application to run on linux but it has
plenty of other things it can do.

People that need netware are people that need a fileserver for their
windows systems. Linux is probably not what they need then.

Len Sorensen
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